Mayu’s Teacup 23/10/16

I never did like rooibus,  but Tea Witty’s Honeybush tea reminds me of it a bit but isn’t so sweet. Honeybush tastes slightly smoky, which I usually hate but in this case makes the tea even more delicious. 

I craved for something lighter to read and found Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl waiting for me on the shelf.  Everyone has been raving about this book so I proceeded with care (I read Eleanor & Park a few years ago and did not enjoy it) for a couple of pages. Then the book sucked me in and 12 hours and 460 pages later I’m craving to get Carry On in my hands. As a fic writer and someone who’s had issues with anxiety, the main character is extremely easy to identify with. I loved the fix carrying through the story. 

Ok,  this turned into a book review. Excuse me.

Mayu’s Teacup 21/10/16

I was very much settling for a day in front of Tumblr with maybe Netflix film later when I received a text from the library that a book I’d requested,  Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly, waited for me there.  Naturally I popped down to a grocery to get some gingerbread as  well. Since Twitter was down for most of the evening,  it all worked out very well. 


Mayu’s Teacup 20/10/16

Drinking Tea Witty’s Cleanse tea. Or that’s what it says on the package. It’s actually the most delicious night time tea with lavender, peppermint and chamomile. The notebook I got specifically for this year’s NaNoWriMo. I’m mayusteapot on the NaNoWriMo site as well, if you want to check out my story idea for this year.